Finding solutions to problems often involves digging deeper than the most obvious issues and understanding the root causes. These exercises are designed to help you apply critical and analytical thinking to reveal the true nature of your problems.
Problem-solving often begins with finding the right problem, and sometimes, this might not be the most obvious one. These exercises prompt you to deconstruct the problem to its most foundational components and build understanding from the ground up.
They can help you peel back the layers of your problem, moving from surface-level proximal causes to the root cause. The exercises in this category aid you in understanding and addressing not just the immediate problem but also the second and third-order implications, thus paving the way for more comprehensive solutions.
By gaining a thorough understanding of the problem you’re trying to solve, you lay a robust foundation for further steps in the problem-solving journey, creating room for innovative and sustainable solutions.
Build a refined and shared understanding of an existing or new business model
Map how product features are linked to customer research and desired outcomes
Define what outcomes customers can gain and benefit from using your product
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